Row 1: 1 hdc in each stitch, when you reach the left corner of each square make 2 hdc in chain space before Popcorn, 2 dc in chain space after Popcorn (and before the joint of 2 squares), 2 dc in chain space after the joint (and before Popcorn), 2 hdc in chain space after Popcorn (in corners of the blanket: 3 dc in ch-3 space)
Row 2 : 1 dc in each stitch (in corners of the blanket: dc, ch-3, dc in the second dc of the group of 3 dc)
Row 3 : 1 dc in each dc (in corners of the blanket: dc, ch-3, dc in ch-3 space)
Row 4: dc in next 2 dc, Popcorn-6 in next dc; Repeat that along the blanket (in corners: dc, ch-3, dc in ch-3 space)
Row 5 & 6: 1 dc in each stitch (in corners make dc, ch-3, dc in ch-3 space)
Row 7: 1 sc in each dc ( in corners make 3 sc in ch-3 space)
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The blanket measures approximately 105 x 105 cm (41″ x 41″), and it’s consisted of 16 squares (4 x 4). The squares are quite big, 23 x 23 cm (9″ x 9″). The whole blanket weights 680g.
I added very simple edge – a few rows of dc, and one row of Popcorn stitches (6 dc) in the middle. I thought of adding fringe too, but gave up that idea in the end, which is strange, because, regardless of the fact that I really believe in the term: “Les is more”, I almost never stick to this rule. This time I did.